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14/09/2020 News

Planète Énergies Makes Mobility Challenges Easy to Understand

From transportation and industry to urbanization and the environment, energy is central to many future challenges. With the Planète Énergies website, Total Foundation encourages young people, their teachers and anyone else interested to learn about or improve their knowledge of energy. What’s the basic science? What are the issues for society? What can we do on an individual level? To answer these questions and more, www.planete-energies.com offers a multitude of free resources in both English and French. Its clear editorial policy based on education ensures that content is reliable and impartial.

To keep up to date with current affairs, Planète Énergies is focusing on specific topics this year. The area chosen for the start of the 2020/2021 school year in September is mobility to tie in with European Mobility Week, which is taking place from September 16 to 22, 2020. Mobility will be addressed through multiple resources, including infographics, videos and exercises, split into four learning pathways aimed at 11 to 14 year-olds, 15 to 18 year-olds, high school teachers and people curious about energy, making this exciting topic accessible to all.